Dalmore says: “The mighty river Tay is renowned as the largest of Scotland’s great salmon rivers. The “Silvery Tay” is steeped in fishing legend and is famed for Salmon of prodigious size. The most famous of these, which weighed in at a staggering 64 pounds, was caught by Miss Georgina Ballantine in 1922. Miss Ballantine’s record remains unbroken, even today”.
The Whisky Tasting Club Notes:
Nose: Sherried and rather closed. Ripe grape. Slightly sulphury. Candy. Strawberry jam
Palate: Immensely spicy. More of the rich sherry. Macaroons. Raspberry and redcurrant jam.
Retails for around £45-50